Conservative View star sparks Joy Behar, wants Marie Kondo to remove cohost's 'old picture' from dressing room
In the words of celebrity declutter queen Marie Kondo, we love mess — especially on The View.
As the panelists discussed Kondo's recent admission that she's taken a step back from the art of home organization — after fronting the popular Netflix series Tidying Up With Marie Kondo — conservative cohost Alyssa Farah Griffin revealed that she'd like the star to take a swing at simplifying her space on the set of the ABC show.
"I need Marie Kondo to come declutter my dressing room," Griffin said as the audience laughed. "My dressing room here is, like, an old picture of Joy [Behar] and ghosts of hosts past. It's a mess. It's a giant picture of Joy."
ABC Alyssa Farah Griffin reveals giant photo of Joy Behar on 'The View.'
"It's an old picture of me where?" Behar asked with a confused look on her face, to which Griffin replied, "It's in my closet, yeah."
When the show returned from its final commercial break, Griffin wasn't in her usual seat at the table, and later emerged from backstage with the photo.
ABC Joy Behar throws a photo of herself on 'The View.'
"So, I thought I should return this to its rightful owner, the beautiful Joy Behar," she said, and presented the portrait to her 80-year-old cohost. "This is [from] two seasons ago, I think. It was the only decor on my wall for quite some time."
ABC; Inset: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images Alyssa Farah Griffin said she wants Marie Kondo to declutter a photo of Joy Behar from her dressing room on 'The View.'
"It's alright, I don't want it," Behar said, and promptly threw the image over her head before Whoopi Goldberg ended the show.
The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on ABC. See Behar throw Griffin's photo of her above.
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